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* Among the spring 2014 graduates of Miami University were Grandview residents Emily Treasure, Adam Drought and Lillian Clossman.
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The city of Grandview Heights Administration, Service and Parks and Recreation Departments will be closed Monday, Sept. 1, in observance of Labor Day.
The city of Grandview Heights plans to submit a grant/loan application to the Ohio Public Works Commission for road and utility improvements on Northwest Boulevard and in the area of the Grandview Yard development.
The following programs are offered by the Grandview Heights Public Library, 1685 W. First Ave. For more information, call 614-486-2951.
Ninety-one seniors, their parents and guests gathered in the new auditorium of the Grandview Heights High School for commencement exercises June 10, 1958. The class president and several high-ranking seniors spoke. The Rev. John R. Glenn gave the invocation and the benediction, and the high school mixed chorus, under the direction of Mrs. Betty Roberts, sang several selections. Ralph Berry, the high school principal, introduced the senior class and board member Dr. Tom Lewis awarded the diplomas. The program ended with the singing of the alma mater and the benediction. Following commencement exercises, the graduates boarded buses headed for Buckeye Lake where a buffet dinner was served, followed by dancing in the Crystal Ballroom. A swim took place in the Crystal pool, and rides and the miniature-golf course were open for the seniors' enjoyment. From 3:30 to 5:30 a.m., the class took a sunrise boat ride on the J.B. Taylor, the 300-passenger, triple-deck boat with music for dancing provided. Breakfast was waiting in the Crystal ballroom when the boat returned. The senior officers with parents and the class adviser, Fred Robinson, planned all the senior-night activities. Pictured here are commencement speakers: Fred Snyder, class president; Lucille Bryson; Ann Tuttle; Sharon Riggs; and Rusty Lawyer as they look over their speech notes.
The Wyman Woods renovation project is in the homestretch.
Visitors to this year's Bobcat Boosters Ox Roast will find a new layout -- but don't worry, the "ox" will be just as succulent as always.
A new display being installed this week in the Bank Block breezeway off Grandview Avenue may become a word search for Tri-Village residents of a certain age.
Grandview Heights police are investigating three burglaries that took place early Aug. 23 at homes on Arlington Avenue and Roxbury Road in Marble Cliff.
The Grandview Heights school board Aug. 21 approved a new two-year contract with the Grandview Heights Educational Support Staff Association, the union representing the district's classified staff.
The new Giant Eagle Market District store on West Third Avenue at Grandview Yard is scheduled to open the weekend of Sept. 6.
Even in a district known for its high-quality teaching, Andrew Grega stands out.
Grandview Heights Mayor Ray DeGraw thought this month marked his 30th anniversary of public service.
Former Marble Cliff Mayor Frank Monaco, 93, died Sunday, Aug. 17.
The village of Marble Cliff soon may be a place where foodie dreams become reality.